- Tektro Auriga Pro Disc Brake
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Easy to install, adjust and maintain with great features including Radial Master Cylinder hydraulic disc brake, carbon fiber lever, two piece bracket design, tool free reach adjustment and varied position hose connector.
Top Features of the Tektro Auriga Pro Disc Brake
- System: Hydraulic Disc Brake System
- Piston: Open system, Dual piston
- Material: Forged aluminium lever and bracket
- Lever Blade: 2 finger lever blade
- Hose Length: Front: 750 mm / Rear: 1500 mm
- Rotor: TR160-8: 160 mm ( Polygon airflow )
- Rotor Weight: 102 grams
- Adapter: Lyra Series
- Fluid: Tektro mineral oil
- Pads: P20.11
- Weight: Front wheel: 285 grams / Rear wheel: 304 grams (Excluding rotor, adapter & mounting bolts)
- Colours: White / Grey
Click here for installation instructions on the auriga pro disc brake.
About Disc Brakes
Bicycle disc brakes consist of a metal disc attached to the wheel hub that rotates with the wheel. Brake calipers are attached to the frame or fork along with pads that squeeze together on the disc. The way it is attached to the bike will be either by IS (International Standard) which has two holes facing the disc or Post Mount, which has threads going into the fork. Disc brakes have been successfully used on motorbikes for decades, and are the principal choice there. The primary benefit of disc brakes is that they perform equally well in all conditions including water, mud and snow. This is due to their position closer to the hub and away from the ground and possible contaminants like water, which can coat and freeze on the rim in colder temperatures. The pads are usually made from metal sinters or an organic compound instead of rubber. Water acts as a lubricant to rubber but not metal, therefore disc brakes maintain their stopping power in wet conditions. They also avoid the problem that rim brakes have of wearing out the wheel rims, especially in muddy conditions, as well as the requirement that the rim be straight. Disc brakes offer improved modulation of braking power and generally require less finger effort to achieve the same braking power. The advantages of discs make them well-suited to steep, extended downhills through wet and muddy off-road terrain, common in freeride bicycle riding.
About the Tektro brand
Tektro manufacture high quality braking systems for a wide range of bicycles. Tektro are trusted by many large bike manufacturers to provide reliable brakes on their complete bikes.
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You will need to purchase front and rear separately
LHS will be rear brake and RHS will be front brake.
I would be fitting to my Cannondale Rush, at present has 160 mm F rota, 185 mm R rota, could I use my rotas with these brakes ?
On the reviews someone has said they didnt come with the tool free adjuster is that the case (I would be ordering white, in the pic therse have adjusters).
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